This image is East Mall South of Dundas. Industrial area.
Cloverdale Mall is on the North side.
Dundas & East Mall and Dundas & HWY 427 ramp are traffic lit intersections. Not very pedestrian friendly, but there are not many pedestrians there.
QuadReal will be hosting the public unveiling of the master redevelopment plan for Cloverdale Mall on Nov. 23 at the Cloverdale Common (250 The East Mall, Toronto near Service Ontario inside the mall). Presentations will run at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. The company plans to submit a rezoning application to the city in March 2020.
I appreciate the info; but I do know where the image was taken.
The point I made was whether it's possible for the new community to be connected to transit, and its neighbours in a pedestrian-friendly way.
Dundas & East Mall do NOT meet at grade, therefore they do not have a traffic-lit intersection, this is simply not correct; ramps to/from East Mall have a traffic lit intersection w/Dundas, not at all the same thing.
As to Dundas/427 ramps, only one portion of one ramp arrives at Dundas at a traffic light; NB access is from a highway acceleration lane only; and one portion of the exit from NB is as well, the result of which is a very unpleasant and dangerous area to walk.